Remittance World Bank Data On African Countries
Understanding the dynamics of exchange rates is one of the great challenges of international economics. On a basic level getting the best exchange rate possible for your currency transfer is also and challenge and in some cases crucial.
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SEND MONEY AFRICA: MAKING MARKETS MORE TRANSPARENT this data is provided by the world bank. Compare Firms (MoneyGram, Weston Union and Ria), Product (card, cash, prepaid card, online, mobile or bank account) Fee, Exchange rate margin (%), Total Cost Percent (%), Total cost (GBP or USD) Amount Received, Transfer Speed (less than one hour, same day, next day 2, 3-5 6 days or more) and Network Coverage (Main city, Major cities, Nationwide, Rural only Urban only) Check the pdf links first. The data will be constantly updated when published. We want to help you see who gives you value. See results for 200 and £120 for different providers.
Check the live exchange rates of African countries, such as The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Nigeria, Senegal, Kenya, Sierra Leone and South Africa. Currency information is up to date as of today Wednesday 6 December 2023, 11:24 GMT.
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